• Cross-Currents In The Islamic World

    By D.C. PATHAK In recent years the international scene has been conditioned by new geopolitical trends that were affecting all regions, particularly West Asia, Indo-Pacific and Eurasia. India now a major power influencing global events, had stakes in these parts of the world. The post-Cold […]

  • Taliban rejects reports on closure of Islam Qala as false

    TEHRAN, May 31 (MNA) – The Taliban's Ministry of Industry and Trade rejected the news of the closure of the shared Islam Qala border crossing with Iran, saying that normal business and trade operation is underway there.

  • US Senators Prepare to Introduce Bill Sanctioning Islamic Emirate

    The Islamic Emirate said that the pressure will not bring any good results and that the US should focus on engagement instead of applying pressure.

  • "Islam Secure In India For Centuries": RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat

    Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Thursday said instead of showing our strength to the enemies on the country's borders, we are fighting among ourselves.

  • Moment teenage Islamic State fanatic scopes out police and train stations

    Islamic State fanatic Matthew King, 19, has been jailed for life with a minimum term of six years at the Old Bailey for plotting a terror attack on British police officers or soldiers.

  • Mohan Bhagwat News: RSS Chief says Islam safest in India

    Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) sarsanghachalak (chief) Mohan Bhagwat said Islam is safest in India as compared to any other country where Muslim in

  • Saudi Islamic affairs minister and Azerbaijan’s SCWRA sign agreement

    JEDDAH: Saudi Minister of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance Abdullatif Al-Asheikh signed an agreement on Thursday in the field of Islamic affairs with Mubariz Gurbanli, Azerbaijan’s head of the State Committee for Work with Religious Associations. The agreement aims to enhance cooperation between the two brotherly countries in boosting Islamic moderation, and tolerance and confronting extremist ideology and terrorism. According to the agreement, the two countries will exchange information and...

  • Class of 2023: Miraj Islamic School graduates 14 students (59 photos)

    The Miraj Islamic School held its 2023 commencement ceremony at the Tompkinsville campus on Friday, June 2, 2023.

  • Kenyan defense minister meets Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition chief

    RIYADH: Secretary-General of the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition Maj. Gen. Mohammed bin Saeed Al-Moghedi met Kenyan Defense Minister Aden Bare Duale in Nairobi on Wednesday to discuss counterterrorism and violent extremism-related issues. During his meeting with Al-Moghedi, the Kenyan minister praised the coalition’s framework – for military, counterterrorism, anti-terrorism financing, as well as intellectual and media matters – as a strategic pillar in fighting terrorism and...

  • UK-based Islamic charities donate $24.4bn a year to good causes

    LONDON: Islamic charitable groups in the UK donated £20.2 billion ($24.4 billion) to local and international causes last year, according to an official report. More than 165,000 groups or individuals contributed to the total, according to the study by the National Council for Voluntary Organizations, reported Kuwait News Agency on Wednesday. According to a separate study by the Muslim Charities Forum, 600 organizations had now met the requirements and regulations set by the UK government for...

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    Germany arrests 7 alleged members of network that helped finance Islamic State

    BERLIN (AP) — Prosecutors say seven people have been arrested in raids across Germany against alleged members of a network that helped finance the Islamic State extremist group’s activities in Syria. The suspects — four women and three men, with German, Turkish, Moroccan and Kosovo citizenship — were arrested on Wednesday in five German states,

  • Teenagers from Islamic State families undergo rehabilitation in Syria, but future still uncertain

    QAMISHLI, Syria—For at least four years, thousands of children have been growing up in a camp in northeast Syria housing families of Islamic State group militants, raised in an atmosphere where the group’s radical ideology still circulates and where they have almost no chance for an education. Fearing that a